The Ultimate Form of Show and Tell, the Second Annual Santa Cruz Mini Maker Faire will be hosted on Saturday, April 29th from 10am-5pm at Gateway School, 126 Eucalyptus Ave, Santa Cruz. Part science fair, part county fair, the event aims to inspire the public through Do-It-Yourself science, technology and art, hands-on workshops, panels, and much more. A distinctly family friendly event, makers of all ages and skill levels will be able to partake in the many workshops that will be offered. Participants will also be able to feast on culinary creations provided by a variety of local food trucks and restaurants. Learn more at santacruz.makerfaire.com.
Last year's inaugural Faire featured 1700 attendees enjoying 45 exhibitors and performers, and half a dozen food trucks. This year's Faire promises to be even bigger and better!
Read SC Sentinel coverage of last year's event here